A collection of previously unpublished essays and talks given by Watts in the 1960s, transcribed and edited by his son.
Alan Watts's essays and talks range widely through psychology, art, religion and politics, but always come home to the Zen core, as in his 1967 lecture Zen Bones.
Watts was a gifted instructor. The essays contained in this book are striking in that they use very ordinary language to talk of very subtle things. While Watts does refer to terms such as samsara or satori, he does so with a goal to qualify what they actually mean. He comes across as the uncle who patiently and carefully guides you to a better understanding of your role in the universe.
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